Monthly Archives: March 2017

Giving Soft Skills a Hard Focus

The days of teaching students in rows, lecturing at them, and giving a one-sized-fits-most lesson are gone. This model of education was fitting for a workforce that required mostly assembly line jobs in productivity. However, today’s careers, and those we … Continue reading

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Differentiating Direct

As a building, we’ve gotten really good at running rotations. We’ve got students transitioning, 3 stations being offered most days, and we’ve begun to make this model our own. How do we tip from here? What are our next steps? … Continue reading

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Edcamps are Excellent PD

Today we held #edcampyork. I had so much fun planning this event w/ a group of York County educators that it seems odd to believe it’s over and done already. I love attending Edcamps. They offer a unique, unplanned, informal … Continue reading

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Lucky Finds

In the spirit of all things green and feeling lucky, I decided today was a day to celebrate those instructional media tools that are truly the pot of gold under my rainbow. These tools have transcended learning for my students … Continue reading

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